Saturday shoppers can now stock up on new brands of bone broth, nut butter, coconut treats, and much more.
Save money, reduce waste, and combat community hunger with the help of Urban Gleaners and other local organizations.
It’s a golden age for delicious, locally made (or internationally procured) foodstuffs. Stock up.
WHAT WE ATE
How did we conquer the food world? We chronicle more than a century of Portland dining.
Here are the wild spots, rule breakers, lost treasures, and unforgettable dishes that forged our food culture.
Karen Brooks, Tuck Woodstock, and Michael Zusman
Ashley Marti/Local Haven
... including Powell’s cookbook readings and boozy summer mini-golf at 19th Hole.
5 THINGS ABOUT
1992 to now, our downtown market provides produce for the people.
From organic beets to fresh Pacific oysters, produce markets in and around Tillamook add snap to your beach weekend.
Turn your child into a budding chef with this farm-fresh program at the Saturday PSU Market.
The legendary organic farm from Joseph feeds some of the best kitchens in the city. Now, it’s on the ropes. Here’s how we can all pitch in.
Portland’s cultural fixture celebrates its 25th year with a cookbook featuring the city’s top chefs, artisans, farmers, and their recipes.
THE MENU MAKERS
Learn the stories behind the names you've come to know—and find out what ingredients will be inspiring Portland chefs in the future.
Kelly Clarke and Allison Jones
How the farmers market favorite turned a hobby flower farm into a full-family business inspiring chefs around Portland.
The long-anticipated wood-fired eatery from farmers market star Mark Doxtader will open next week.
A cool, bright bowl of high-summer bounty is waiting to make friends with your blender.
Food critic Karen Brooks explores the wondrous world of local flowers, vegetables, and fruits with her point-and-shoot lens.
Portland-based website JustFreshy gives local growers and makers space to buy, trade, and sell what's in season.
The 2015 market season is kicking into gear with eleven new faces and six neighborhood markets ready to set up shop in May and June.
From breakfast bowls to cocktails, we give you plenty of ways to use spring's first "fruit."
Allison Jones and Lauren Chandler
The free fete includes chef demos, cookbook swaps, tastings, kids’ games, and 30+ farms to choose from.